Lauren Moore, right, of  Bowling Green was greeted by sister Leslie, left, mother Sarah and father  Ronnie when she arrived in Louisville late Sunday after making it off a cruise ship that capsized in Italy.
Lauren Moore, right, of Bowling Green was greeted by sister Leslie, left, mother Sarah and father Ronnie when she arrived in Louisville late Sunday after making it off a cruise ship that capsized in Italy. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lauren Moore, right, of Bowling Green was greeted by sister Leslie, left, mother Sarah and father Ronnie when she arrived in Louisville late Sunday after making it off a cruise ship that capsized in Italy. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Kentuckian on ill-fated cruise ship returns home

January 17, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED January 17, 2012 04:12 PM

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